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  • Worksheets Dont Grow Instructional Strategies That Engage the Brain!

    AGENDA

    PART ONECreating a Brain-Compatible Environment

    Why These Strategies? PrimacyBrain/Body Connections5 Facts About Neurons10 Characteristics of A Brain-Compatible

    Classroom

    PART TWODelivering a Brain-Compatible Lesson

    3 Brain FactsLesson Planning A Model Vocabulary LessonA Model Vocabulary LessonWhy These Strategies? RecencyReview/Celebration

    Dr. Marcia L. TateDeveloping Minds, Inc.Work # (770)918-5039 marciata@bellsouth.net Revised 12/1-R09

    Revised 12/1/09

  • NeuronThe Memory Cell

    CHARACTERISTICS OF A BRAIN-COMPATIBLE CLASSROOM

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  • that take advantage of how

    th l b tthe learns best

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    M. Tate 2001

  • Lesson Objective(s): What do you want students to know and be able to do.?

    BRAIN-COMPATIBLE LESSON PLAN

    Ways to Gain/Maintain Attention (Primacy) : How will you gain and maintain students attention? Consider need novelty meaning or emotion

    Assessment (Traditional/Authentic): How will you know if students have mastered essential learning?

    Content Chunks: How will you divide and teach the content to engage students brains?

    L S t 1

    Consider need, novelty, meaning, or emotion.

    Lesson Segment 1:

    Activities:

    Lesson Segment 2:

    Activities:

    Lesson Segment 3:

    Activities:

    Brain-Compatible Strategies: Which will you use to deliver content?

    Brainstorming/Discussion Drawing/Artwork Field Trips Games

    Graphic Organizers/Semantic Maps/Word Webs Humor Manipulatives/Experiments/Labs/Models

    Metaphors/Analogies/Similes Mnemonic Devices Movement Music/Rhythm/Rhyme/Rap

    Project/Problem-Based Instruction Reciprocal Teaching/Cooperative Learning

    M.Tate - 3/9/12

    Roleplay/Drama/Pantomime/Charades Storytelling Technology Visualization/Guided Imagery

    Visuals Work Study/Apprenticeships Writing/Journals

    1: 6: 2: 7: 3: 8: 4: 9: 5: 10: 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: 9: 10: 11: 12: 13: 14: 15: 16: 17: 18: 19: 20: Ways to Gain/Maintain Attention (Primacy) : How will you gain and maintain students attention: Content Chunks: How will you divide and teach the content to engage students brains: Brain-Compatible Strategies: Which will you use to deliver content:

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